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Come ready to climb, crawl, jump and run at this year’s annual Back-2-School Family Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 12.
Local birders note a record season with 65 fledged birds
Efforts to run a pipeline beneath the U.S. Highway 101 Dungeness River bridge between Sequim and Carlsborg are in motion.
Climate change vulnerabilities, adaptation strategies are topic of Aug. 27 meeting
Craft stick challenge slated for 2015 Dungeness River Festival
Designation opens opportunity for farmers to get emergency loans
Nearly 200 runners and walkers competed in half marathon, 10-kilometer and 5-kilometer races
Kicking off the Nov. 3 general election candidate forums, incumbent Jim McEntire and Mark Ozias, both seeking the Clallam County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat, appeared at a post-primary forum on Aug. 7 hosted by the Sequim Sunrise Rotary.
Salmon forecast prompts beach seine fishery in Dungeness Bay
City of Sequim considers partnering with county, SARC and others
This could be the first year irrigators in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley get cut off from the Dungeness River before the irrigation season draws to a close, Joe Holtrop, Clallam Conservation District executive director, explained to those attending an irrigation seminar hosted by WSU Clallam County Extension.
Event bridges communities with soccer at first annual Super Cup
Location is one of four chosen throughout Clallam County
Modern design aimed to benefit people, fish and river system
Halfway through the fiscal year, the annual revenue for Clallam County’s General Fund is anticipated to be $1.3 million more than what the 2015 original budget had projected.
Happy Valley/U.S. Hwy 101 is, according to official, the ‘most dangerous intersection in city’
Ban on marijuana retail sales in Sequim to expire Aug. 9
Dogs of all shapes and colors could be seen at the 19th annual Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club All-Breed Dog Shows July 25-26.
Eight issues chosen while four others pushed to 2016
More than a year ago, a typical Monday in May took a turn for the worst, spiraling one local family into a long road to recovery.